No-Fault Auto Injury Claims in Michigan: A Study of Closed Claims and Open Catastrophic Claims

Friday, April 13, 2012
This report identifies some of the key factors contributing to the large increases in PIP claim costs in Michigan from 2002 to 2011, examining changes in the composition of claimants and in treatment patterns among claims closed with payment. The study also pays special attention to the role of very large claims, with information collected on a sample of catastrophic open claims.

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